Is the sky blue?
When is blue, green or purple?
The colour wheel is vast with infinite combinations of colour and hue. It is organised in a circle – hence the name - to show relationships between colours, identifying opposites and complementary colours. Continue reading
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Designing a Good Brochure can be a huge task-
However, with a few general tips and guidelines it isn’t much more to brochure design than designing a single page leaflet. Step by step is the key but one page at a time isn’t the answer! Continue reading
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Tagged brochure, colours, content, design tips, elements, fonts, graphic elements, grid, images, margins, text, titles, typefaces
Improve your Leaflet Design with Less Not More! - How to Design a Leaflet, Part Two.
Creating a leaflet design along the guidelines in the previous article (Read Part One if you missed it) will produce a basic but readable and balanced document. However, you want it to stand out in a crowd and to get noticed – but for the right reasons… Continue reading
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Tagged branding, colours, design tips, elements, fonts, good design, images, logos, typefaces
Do you want to design a leaflet that goes straight in the bin or blows around the car park?
To throw a lot of text and pictures on a page and get it printed is easy but I see many leaflets that, with a little help, could benefit considerably with a few guidelines and a little planning. Continue reading
Posted in Business Stationery, Design a Leaflet, Graphic Design Tips, How to....., Tips and general information
Tagged body text, call to action, contact information, design, elements, good design, grid, images, layout, logo, media, print, sales, text
How important is it that your Logo ‘informs’ a prospective customer about what you do?
What does it say about you and how can it generate sales? Continue reading
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Tagged advertising, branding, company, credibility, design, identity, images, logos, marketing, reputation